The France-based Castel Group has started growing corn in Angola’s fertile Malanje Province, in one example of how international companies are helping Angola diversify its economy.
Enormous waterfalls, historical landmarks or exotic wildlife? No matter what your taste in holidays, this 360° interactive experience lets you explore exciting destinations around Angola's capital.
After losing the use of his legs in a plane crash, a Spanish engineer has launched a new kind of flight school where other paraplegics can learn how to fly planes.
If there is one historic Angolan figure every visitor to Angola should know it's Agostinho Neto, Angola's first president.
Angola is dedicated to becoming agriculturally self-sufficient. Fazienda Tip is a new farm in the country - view this 360° video to see how it works.
Angola rarely comes up when surfers discuss possible holiday destinations, but maybe that is about to change.
The second biggest waterfall in Africa, the Kalandula Falls churn out 550 cubic metres of water every second. This 360° video offers a pleasant view from the nearby hotel.
It's the Laúca dam, which is 155 meters high and has a length of 1,1 km. When the project will be finished, it will have an installed power of 2067 MW.
In two years, Europans will land their first rover on Mars. Do you know how engineers will drive a vehicle that's more than 50,000,000 kilometres away? For this 360° report we went to the training ground in Turin to find out.
The almadraba technique might be 3,000 years old, but it is still the most sustainable way to catch tuna fish, it's claimed. Join Spanish fishermen as they catch the giant fish in this 360° report.
Kizomba is a style of dance which has become really important in Angolan culture in recent decades.
The word "Kizomba" means "celebration" or "party" in Kimbundu, a Bantu language.
The dance style developed in Angola in the 1980s and 1990s in the region around the capital Luanda, first as a music
Small, traditional boats have been essential to Danish fishermen for generations, but their future looks increasingly bleak.
Meet the fishermen fighting to preserve the tradition and learn what makes these boats special, in this 360° video.
Have you ever wanted to see inside the European Parliament in Brussels?
In this interactive 360 story, you can explore the parliament and meet the people who make the heart of European democracy tick.
Some 600 people are hard at work at the Vimar & Filhos fishing factory, which holds up to 2,000 tonnes of fresh fish.
Join them in this 360° report.
Eastern Ukraine is littered with unexploded ordnance. In this interactive 360° experience, you can meet the endangered civilians, the deminers working tirelessly to make the area safe, and see how much you know about landmines.
In this 360° report, stroll around the Parisian art fair in the majestic Grand Palais – the "monument dedicated by the Republic to the glory of French art".
300 kilometres across the Alps, four days under heavy rain, wind and snow. The Vercors Quest is one the hardest sled dog races of the season. Race with Jérome and his dogs in this 360° video.
15-year-old Kim Hansloek is part of the gloomy statistic. But performing in the socially conscious Cabuwazi circus gives her "an outlet for the rage".
Watch how a Berlin circus helps children living in poverty in this interactive 360° experience.
As part of an episode on how fish farming could offer the world a more sustainable future, the Euronews Ocean team shot a 360 video at fish farm Aquanaria.
Ukraine is one of the countries in the world most plagued by landmines. Removing them is a painstaking process most often done entirely by hand. See how in this interactive 360° report.
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In this interactive report, you can follow the process from beginning to end.
In this 360° video, the head of the Notre-Dame Cathedral takes viewers on an extraordinary tour behind the scenes of the iconic Parisian landmark.
In this immersive report, you can accompany the 2nd Battalion of the Military Emergencies Unit during its annual severe winter storms rescue manoeuvres in the Sierra Nevada mountains in southern Spain.
Be part of the action as 200 re-enactors meet to relive the Battle of the Bulge — Nazi Germany's last offensive in WWII.
More than 1,900 people have been killed or injured in eastern Ukraine by landmines or other unexploded ordnance. This makes the region one of the most dangerous areas for civilians in the world. Euronews explored how Ukrainians are coming to terms with living next to the danger.
Finland's answer to nuclear waste is burying it.